Shower of Stars: Season 1, Episode 8

Ethel Merman's Show Stoppers (14 Apr. 1955)

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Herself - Guest Dancer
Cynthia Chenault ...
Herself - Guest Vocalist (as Cindy Robbins)
Art Gilmore ...
Announcer
Peter Lind Hayes ...
Himself - Guest Vocalist
Mary Healy ...
Herself - Guest Vocalist
Harold Lang ...
Himself - Guest Vocalist
William Lundigan ...
Himself - Host
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Herself - Vocalist
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Himself - Guest Host
Patti Wharton ...
Himself - Guest Vocalist / Lady Luck (as Patty Wharton)
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Show Rundown: Ensemble: "Show-Stoppers." Merman belts out "I Got Rhythm" surrounded by dancers (including a very young Barrie Chase)in a music store setting. Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy: "I Still Get Jealous." Harold Lang and Cindy Robbins: "I Could Write A Book." Merman and Hayes & Healy: "Doing What Comes Naturally." Red Skelton does a routine about going to the movies. Harold Lang and Patti Wharton: "Luck Be a Lady." Merman: "Ten Cents a Dance." Hayes & Healy recreate their supper club act. Finale: "That's The Kind of Dame I Am" and "Show-Stoppers." See more »

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Red Skelton: [Red Skelton introducing Ethel Merman's song 'All of You' from 'Silk Stockings.'] Listen to this, folks. It's one of the reasons Silk Stockings is going to have a long run.
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Luck Be a Lady
Written by Frank Loesser
Performed by Harold Lang and Cynthia Chenault
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